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The Graduate and Professional Student Federation met Tuesday to discuss upcoming programs and changes after the “Two for Two” separation referendum’s failure to pass Friday.
It’s flu season again, but UNC’s campus is infected with a different disease — hand, foot, and mouth.
A project done by interns at the Southern Oral History Program inspired the Black Pioneers Project, the next installment with the Process Series, a performing arts program on campus.
After two referendums to change the structure of student government failed in Friday’s vote, Dylan Russell, president of the Graduate and Professional Student Federation, said he thinks the two-thirds requirement for GPSF separation is too high
The University has declined The Daily Tar Heel's request for all records of people found responsible for rape, sexual assault or misconduct by University entities.
Generation Progress Action, the youth engagement arm of the Center for American Progress Action Fund, attributed North Carolina’s increasingly urgent student debt crisis to current political leadership in the state during a press conference Thursday.
Student Congress’s finance committee members met Tuesday to discuss a new way to allocate funds.
Project Dinah will be providing a safe space for the discussion and reflection on sexual assault and interpersonal violence with their semiannual SpeakOut! event Wednesday.
The Faculty Executive Committee met Monday to discuss plans for hiring and salary reform.
The student body will vote on Friday to decide whether student government and the Graduate and Professional Student Federation will split and become two separate forms of student governance at UNC.
UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health researchers recently found the number of violent deaths of pregnant women in North Carolina are higher than previously reported.
From hiring new faculty to planning for the future and opening communication, the UNC School of Law is growing into a more competitive school.
With early voting beginning Thursday, student organizations and the Orange County Board of Elections have been working to get students registered to vote and prepared to participate.
UNC is currently working to replace the fire alarm systems in Davis Library, George Watts Hill Alumni Center, Hamilton Hall and the Ackland Art Museum. Replacing all the alarms will cost between $500,000 and $550,000.
UNC students and faculty have been living in a heightened political climate lately due to the election in November, spurring debate about how politics should — or should not — be discussed in the classroom.
Visit Cafe Carolina on Saturday mornings for a studying pick-me-up and a warm interaction with the cafe’s new employee, Ishan Munshi.
The UNC Muslim Students Association put their own spin on Saturday Night Live with skits, a “Weekend Update” and a few political impressions at MSA Live: The Legacy of Our Three Winners on Friday night.
This semester, there are 10,882 female and 7,740 male undergraduate students enrolled at UNC. Despite the higher number of women, some departments are still struggling to have their enrollment reflect the diversity of the student body.
The Student Fee Advisory Subcommittee met on Friday afternoon to discuss proposals on student fees for business and biomedical engineering students and to hear proposals on transportation and nursing fees.